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    Plunging headlong towards an accidental hard exit on 29 March.
    Bercow told May no re run on her deal unless itís changed materially.

    EU says no extension unless current deal passes unchanged in HoC.

    Result impasse and fall through the legal trapdoor on 29 March. You couldnít make this shit up if you tried. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    I wouldn't call expecting the UK to sign a surrender document going out of their way to help us.
    Surely you are not that stupid? If you want to cut all links with the EU then fuck off, it isn't rocket science but the reality is, none of you silly wankers ever agreed what it was you wanted and the pig's ear we have now is you fuckwits arguing over just what benefits you still want and how much finger you want to take up the arse to get them.

    Surrender, my foot. You ain't some valiant thin red line repelling the evil invader, you're a silly twat living in a suburban grot box in a northern ghetto in Tattland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Surely you are not that stupid?
    Surely you have no evidence of that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    Plunging headlong towards an accidental hard exit on 29 March.
    Bercow told May no re run on her deal unless it’s changed materially.

    EU says no extension unless current deal passes unchanged in HoC.

    Result impasse and fall through the legal trapdoor on 29 March. You couldn’t make this shit up if you tried. lol
    Switch behind the times as usual. Catch up on the news, March 29 is history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    Switch behind the times as usual. Catch up on the news, March 29 is history.
    Oh do tell I’m all ears.
    If there is no deal agreedby that date, the default legal position is quite clear. The vote to dismiss no deal has no legal standing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    Oh do tell Iím all ears.
    If there is no deal agreedby that date, the default legal position is quite clear. The vote to dismiss no deal has no legal standing.
    12 April. Do keep up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    12 April. Do keep up.
    That has to be made law by Parliament until changes the law states we leave on March 29.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    That has to be made law by Parliament until changes the law states we leave on March 29.
    What? No it does not. The law as it currently stands explicitly states a two year negotiation period from 29 March 2017 UNLESS AN EXTENSION IS AGREED. No further legislation is required for the extension agreement below.

    3. The European Council agrees to an extension until 22 May 2019, provided the Withdrawal Agreement is approved by the House of Commons next week. If the Withdrawal Agreement is not approved by the House of Commons next week, the European Council agrees to an extension until 12 April 2019 and expects the United Kingdom to indicate a way forward before this date for consideration by the European Council.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    What? No it does not. The law as it currently stands explicitly states a two year negotiation period from 29 March 2017 UNLESS AN EXTENSION IS AGREED. No further legislation is required for the extension agreement below.
    So the extension has already been agreed then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    So the extension has already been agreed then?
    Yes, hence my quoting from the extension agreement.

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    ...and the EU have left the door open for a longer extension if the UK decide it is needed. The Maybot could be history next week as well, fingers crossed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    Yes, hence my quoting from the extension agreement.
    But, as I pointed out earlier, the xtension depends on parliament voting for the WA.
    The EU says the WA cannot be changed, and Bercow has ruled that parliament cannot vote on it, unless it is changed.

    The extension agreement is not yet in play, and unless something changes, it won’t be.

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    The EU have agreed an extension to April 12 regardless, but still needs an act of Parliament to change date from March 29.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    Maybot has rebooted more times than a T-800 ...its not over till she goes in the crusher and the lights in her eyes fade to black.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    Plunging headlong towards an accidental hard exit on 29 March.
    Bercow told May no re run on her deal unless itís changed materially.

    EU says no extension unless current deal passes unchanged in HoC.

    Result impasse and fall through the legal trapdoor on 29 March. You couldnít make this shit up if you tried. lol
    great, isn't it? looks like our T-800 has finally had her head in the crusher and the red lights in her eyes are about to fade out

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    That has to be made law by Parliament until changes the law states we leave on March 29.
    irrelevant, the EU sets the date for departure, not the UK

    it has been delayed to April 12 as a desperate sign of mercy to PM May when she came to the EU, unprepared (as usual) and desperate looking for any kind of delay

    Macron didn't have the heart to put a wooden stick in her chest, so the UK has 2 small options delay

    April 12 for a new vote, May 22 if the votes gets through

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    The EU have agreed an extension to April 12 regardless, but still needs an act of Parliament to change date from March 29.
    the UK parliament can rubber stamp it, but the EU decide the real official departure date

    that said, if you want to leave first, you are welcome. I bet you will still need the UK parliament approval for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    The EU have agreed an extension to April 12 regardless, but still needs an act of Parliament to change date from March 29.
    No, it doesn't. That link is wrong about extension. EUWA 2018 expressly privudes for extension.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    the UK parliament can rubber stamp it, but the EU decide the real official departure date

    that said, if you want to leave first, you are welcome. I bet you will still need the UK parliament approval for it
    Parliament is full of remainers so they won't let us leave with no deal. Doris deal will get voted down again next week presuming the speaker let's a vote happen. Parliament will agree to changing leave date to April 12. Remain Tories will revolt against Doris siding with the opposition to allow Parliament to take control from the government over Brexit, a 1 or 2 year extension will then be asked for and granted and we will have a general election in a few months. And round and round we go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    No, it doesn't.
    Yes it does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Parliament is full of remainers so they won't let us leave with no deal. Doris deal will get voted down again next week presuming the speaker let's a vote happen. Parliament will agree to changing leave date to April 12. Remain Tories will revolt against Doris siding with the opposition to allow Parliament to take control from the government over Brexit, a 1 or 2 year extension will then be asked for and granted and we will have a general election in a few months. And round and round we go.
    frankly, we can't predict anything with the mad Maybot and the loons MPs, all those scenarios are completely pointless, the fookers don't even know what they will do 2 minutes from now

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Yes it does.
    this seems to be a legal opinion by some British barrister, not sure you can give it much credentials

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Yes it does.
    If you read the entire article you linked to you'll find that the PM can use prerogative powers to allow the extension. It's a knotty Constitutional point but what's another Constitutional crisis among so many?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    this seems to be a legal opinion by some British barrister, not sure you can give it much credentials
    It's set in law we leave on 29 March, you can't just change the law because you feel like it, needs an Act of Parliament but will be a forgone conclusion so no issue as MPs aren't going to vote against changing the leave date.

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